Here are some facts about the First Nations University of Canada:
- The First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) is a university based in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
- It was founded in 1976 as the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, and was renamed to the First Nations University of Canada in 2003.
- The university is unique in Canada as it is the only university that is Indigenous-governed and offers academic programs that are specifically designed for Indigenous students.
- The university offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in areas such as Indigenous studies, business, education, social work, and fine arts.
- The university has campuses in Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert, with the main campus located in Regina.
- The university is a member of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) and the Association of Canadian Universities for Indigenous Studies (ACUIS).
- The university has a strong focus on Indigenous culture, traditions, and languages. Many of its courses are taught in Indigenous languages such as Cree, Dakota, and Dene.
- The university is committed to fostering Indigenous research and has established a number of research centres and institutes focused on Indigenous issues.
- The university has a student population of around 1,000 students, with the majority of students being Indigenous.
- The university has a number of partnerships with other Canadian universities and colleges, as well as international institutions, to promote Indigenous education and research.